Sweet Alaska Cruise

Sweet Alaska Cruise

May 19, 2013 - May 26, 2013, All Day
(all times are local to the event)
departs Seattle, Washington

Sweet sets sail for wild Alaska. We’ll sip hot cocoa and watch glaciers crack and plunge into the sea while bald eagles soar high above. Add whales, bears, huskies and a gaggle of Sweeties, it’s a journey you’ll cherish always.

We’re taking a large group of Sweeties aboard the gorgeous Norwegian Pearl. Yeah, we’re talking 13 tasty restaurants, a world class spa, spacious staterooms, fantastic shows, a bowling alley, climbing wall, hot tubs and pools.

Let’s explore the wild northwest together, May 19-26, 2013.

Learn more at DiscoverSweet.com.

Our group enjoys:
• Special Sweet cocktail parties with an open bar and hors d’oeuvres
• Sweet dining area
• Sweet community service projects
• Sweet party in Seattle
• And more surprises to come!

“We had a wonderful time. We loved that we had our own designated gathering spots on the ship for dinners and parties and our own private beach area, too.”
— Michelle Szatkowski

“We’ve been recommending Sweet to all our friends since the day we got back from our cruise. We find ourselves mostly talking about the people – the Sweet staff and our fellow travelers. We loved that we really got to know a number of the other women on the cruise; that’s not something we’ve really ever experienced on any other lesbian vacation.”
— Kristi Woodworth

“Our favorite memory from the cruise was the first day of the trip. My wife and I didn’t know any of the previous Sweet travelers, but they went out of their way to interact with us, including us in their conversations and making us feel like family.”
— Melody Pinkney-Sode

“I felt like I was on a lesbian cruise, which is funny since we were on a mainstream cruise with lots of straight people. Honestly, one of the best memories from the trip was the night of the ship-wide White Party. When we arrived, the Sweeties took it over and showed the straight people how to have fun. I think it’s great for people who don’t get a chance to interact with ‘us’ every day to see what we’re really about.”
— Gina Marra

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